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OWNER’S MANUAL
Operation
Maintenance
Specifications
All information in this Owner’s Manual is current at the time of
publication. However, HYUNDAI reserves the right to make
changes at any time so that our policy of continual product
improvement may be carried out.
This manual applies to all models of this vehicle and includes
descriptions and explanations of optional as well as standard
equipment.
As a result, you may find material in this manual that does not
apply to your specific vehicle.
Introduction
CAUTION: MODIFICATIONS TO YOUR
HYUNDAI
Your HYUNDAI should not be modified in any way. Such modifications may adversely
affect the performance, safety or durability of your HYUNDAI and may, in addition,
violate conditions of the limited warranties covering the vehicle. Certain modifications
may also be in violation of regulations established by the Department of Transportation
and other government agencies in your country.
TWO-WAY RADIO INSTALLATION
Your vehicle is equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Passenger Occupant
Classification System and other CAN bus systems. It is possible for an improperly
installed/adjusted high powered two-way radio to adversely affect electronic systems.
For this reason, we recommend that you carefully follow the radio manufacturer’s
instructions if you choose to install one of these devices.
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SAFETY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE WARNING
This manual includes information titled as DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and NOTICE.
These titles indicate the following:
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could result in vehicle damage.
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Introduction
HYUNDAI VEHICLE OWNER PRIVACY POLICY
Your Hyundai vehicle may be equipped with technologies and services that use
information collected, generated, recorded or stored by the vehicle. Hyundai has created
a Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy to explain how these technologies and services collect
use and share this information.
You may read our Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy on the Hyundaiusa.com website at:
If you would like to receive a hard copy of our Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy, please
contact the Hyundai Customer Care Center at:
Hyundai Customer Care
P.O. Box 20850
Fountain Valley, CA 92728
800-633-5151
consumeraffairs@hmausa.com
Hyundai’s Customer Care representatives are available Monday through Friday, between
the hours of 6:00 AM and 5:00 PM PST and Saturday between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM PST
(English).
For Customer Care assistance in Spanish or Korean, representatives are available
Monday through Friday between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM PST.
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Table of contents
Introduction/Getting started with Your
1
Electric Vehicle
Vehicle Information, Consumer
2
Information, and Reporting Safety Defects
Seats & Safety System
3
Instrument Cluster
4
Convenience Features
5
Driving Your Vehicle
6
Driver Assistance System
7
Emergency Situations
8
Maintenance
9
Index
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1. Introduction/Getting started
with Your Electric Vehicle
1
Introduction
1-3
HYUNDAI Motor America
1-4
Guide to HYUNDAI Genuine Parts
1-5
How to Use This Manual
1-7
Safety Messages
1-8
Vehicle Modifications
1-9
Vehicle Handling Instructions
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Vehicle Data Collection and Event Data Recorders
1-10
About "Getting Started with Your Electric Vehicle"
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Understanding Your Electric Vehicle
1-12
Characteristics of Your Electric Vehicle
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Precautions When Using the High Voltage Battery
1-14
Other Precautions for Electric Vehicle Management
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Charging Your Electric Vehicle
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Safety Precautions for Charging Your Electric Vehicle
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Checking Basic Information on Charging Your Electric Vehicle
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Using an AC Charger
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Using a DC Charger
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Using a Portable Charger (ICCB)
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Stopping Charging Immediately
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Using Electric Vehicle Functions
1-38
Checking the Electric Vehicle Screen Configuration
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Checking Energy Information
1-40
Setting the Next Departure Time
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Setting the Options for the AC Charger
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Setting a Battery Discharging Limit When Using Vehicle to Load (V2L)
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Setting Electric Vehicle Specialized Functions
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Using V2L Function
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Safety Precautions When Using the V2L Function
1-51
Using Electricity Outside the Vehicle
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Solving V2L Problems
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Aux. Battery Saver+
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Driving Your Electric Vehicle
1-57
Starting and Stopping the Vehicle
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Checking Electric Vehicle Driving Information
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Countermeasures for Accidents or Fire
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If the Electric Vehicle Catches Fire
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If the Electric Vehicle Is Submerged
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If the Electric Vehicle Needs Towing
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Other Precautions for Electric Vehicle Accidents
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Introduction
Congratulations, and thank you for choosing HYUNDAI. We are pleased to welcome you
to the growing number of discerning people who drive HYUNDAIs. We are very proud of
the advanced engineering and high-quality construction of each HYUNDAI we build.
Your Owner's Manual will introduce you to the features and operation of your new
HYUNDAI. To become familiar with your new HYUNDAI, so that you can fully enjoy it,
read this Owner's Manual carefully before driving your new vehicle.
This manual contains important safety information and instructions intended to
familiarize you with your vehicle's controls and safety features so you can safely operate
your vehicle.
This manual also contains information on maintenance designed to enhance safe
operation of the vehicle. It is recommended that all service and maintenance on your car
be performed by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. HYUNDAI dealers are prepared to
provide high-quality service, maintenance and any other assistance that may be
required.
This Owner's Manual should be considered a permanent part of your vehicle, and should
be kept in the vehicle so you can refer to it at any time. The manual should stay with the
vehicle if you sell it to provide the next owner with important operating, safety and
maintenance information.
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HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA
CAUTION
Severe vehicle damage may result from the use of poor quality lubricants that do not
meet HYUNDAI specifications. You must always use high quality lubricants that meet the
specifications listed in the Recommended Lubricants and Capacities section of the
Owner's Manual.
may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any
means without the prior written permission of HYUNDAI Motor America.
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GUIDE TO HYUNDAI GENUINE PARTS
1. What are HYUNDAI Genuine Parts?
HYUNDAI Genuine Parts are the same parts used by HYUNDAI Motor Company to
manufacture vehicles. They are designed and tested for the optimum safety,
performance, and reliability for our customers.
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2. Why HYUNDAI Genuine Parts?
HYUNDAI Genuine Parts are engineered and built to meet rigid manufacturing
requirements.
Damage caused by using imitation, counterfeit or used salvage parts is not covered
under the HYUNDAI New Vehicle Limited Warranty or any other HYUNDAI warranty.
In addition, any damage to or failure of HYUNDAI Genuine Parts caused by the
installation or failure of an imitation, counterfeit or used salvage part is not covered by
any HYUNDAI Warranty.
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A100A04L
3. How can you tell if you are purchasing HYUNDAI Genuine Parts?
Look for the HYUNDAI Genuine Parts Logo on the package (see below).
HYUNDAI Genuine Parts exported to the U.S. are packaged with labels written only in
English.
HYUNDAI Genuine Parts are only sold through authorized HYUNDAI Dealerships.
A100A03L
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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
We want to help you get the greatest possible driving pleasure from your vehicle. Your
Owner's Manual can assist you in many ways. We strongly recommend that you read the
entire manual. In order to minimize the chance of death or injury, you must read the
WARNING and CAUTION sections in the manual.
Illustrations complement the words in this manual to best explain how to enjoy your
vehicle. By reading your manual, you will learn about features, important safety
information, and driving tips under various road conditions.
The general layout of the manual is provided in the Table of Contents. Use the index when
looking for a specific area or subject; it has an alphabetical listing of all information in
your manual.
Sections: This manual has nine chapters plus an index. Each section begins with a brief
list of contents so you can tell at a glance if that section has the information you want.
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SAFETY MESSAGES
Your safety, and the safety of others, is very important. This Owner's Manual provides you
with many safety precautions and operating procedures. This information alerts you to
potential hazards that may hurt you or others, as well as damage your vehicle.
Safety messages found on vehicle labels and in this manual describe these hazards and
what to do to avoid or reduce the risks.
Warnings and instructions contained in this manual are for your safety. Failure to follow
safety warnings and instructions can lead to serious injury or death.
Throughout this manual DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE and the SAFETY ALERT
SYMBOL will be used.
X
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential physical injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death. The
safety alert symbol precedes the signal words DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION.
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE indicates a situation that, if not avoided, could result in vehicle damage.
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VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS
• This vehicle should not be modified. Modification of your vehicle could affect its
performance, safety or durability and may even violate governmental safety and
emissions regulations.
In addition, damage or performance problems resulting from any modification may not
be covered under warranty.
• If you use unauthorized electronic devices, it may cause the vehicle to operate
abnormally, wire damage, battery discharge and fire. For your safety, do not use
unauthorized electronic devices.
NOTICE
Some vehicle interior sounds (including welcome sound, navigation alerts, or warning
sound) may be generated from the interior speakers and amplifier. Do not replace these
components with anything other than the original HYUNDAI factory parts. Any
unauthorized product may cause a malfunction of the vehicle interior sounds that may
affect the intended operation of the vehicle.
VEHICLE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
As with other vehicles of this type, failure to operate this vehicle correctly may result in
loss of control, an accident or vehicle rollover.
Specific design characteristics (higher ground clearance, track, etc.) give this vehicle a
higher center of gravity than other types of vehicles. In other words they are not designed
for cornering at the same speeds as conventional 2-wheel drive vehicles. Avoid sharp
turns or abrupt maneuvers. Again, failure to operate this vehicle correctly may result in
loss of control, an accident or vehicle rollover. Be sure to read the "Reducing the risk of
rollover" driving guidelines, in chapter 6 of this manual.
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VEHICLE DATA COLLECTION AND EVENT DATA
RECORDERS
This vehicle is equipped with an event data recorder (EDR). The main purpose of an EDR
is to record, in certain crash or near crash-like situations, such as an airbag deployment
or hitting a road obstacle, data that will assist in understanding how a vehicle's systems
performed. The EDR is designed to record data related to vehicle dynamics and safety
systems for a short period of time, typically 30 seconds or less.
The EDR in this vehicle is designed to record such data as:
• How various systems in your vehicle were operating;
• Whether or not the driver and passenger safety belts were buckled/ fastened;
• How far (if at all) the driver was depressing the accelerator and/or brake pedal; and,
• How fast the vehicle was traveling.
These data can help provide a better understanding of the circumstances in which
crashes and injuries occur.
NOTE: EDR data are recorded by your vehicle only if a nontrivial crash situation occurs;
no data are recorded by the EDR under normal driving conditions and no personal data
(for example, name, gender, age, and crash location) are recorded. However, other
parties, such as law enforcement, could combine the EDR data with the type of
personally identifying data routinely acquired during a crash investigation.
To read data recorded by an EDR, special equipment is required, and access to the
vehicle or the EDR is needed. In addition to the vehicle manufacturer, other parties, such
as law enforcement, that have the special equipment, can read the information if they
have access to the vehicle or the EDR.
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About "Getting Started with Your Electric Vehicle"
"Getting started with your electric vehicle" provides information about new technologies
applied to the vehicle and explains how to use the main features. "Getting started with
your electric vehicle" allows you to quickly and easily understand new vehicle features
and how to operate them conveniently.
• Before driving, carefully read the manual provided with the vehicle and follow all safety
information and precautions for every vehicle feature.
• "Getting started with your electric vehicle" covers all optional specifications. It may
include descriptions for features that are not equipped in the vehicle.
• Images of the exterior and interior of the vehicle in "Getting started with your electric
vehicle" may differ from the actual vehicle.
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Understanding Your Electric Vehicle
Electric vehicles are driven using a battery and an electric motor. Understand the
characteristics of your electric vehicle and check the features that you must know before
driving it.
Characteristics of Your Electric Vehicle
The characteristics that differentiate electric vehicles from gasoline vehicles are as
follows:
• Electric vehicles are eco-friendly because they do not use fossil fuels for driving.
Additionally, unlike gasoline vehicles, noise and vibration are minimal, and the
vehicle's lifespan is relatively long.
• When slowing down or driving downhill, regenerative braking is used. Regenerative
braking charges the high voltage battery and minimizes energy loss.
• If the high voltage battery is running low, you can charge the vehicle using the AC
charger, DC charger, or portable charger. For more information, refer to the "Charging
Your Electric Vehicle" section in this chapter.
Information
Regenerative braking uses an electric motor when decelerating and braking, and it
transforms kinetic energy to electrical energy in order to charge the high voltage battery.
Battery information
The batteries used in the electric vehicle are as follows:
High voltage battery (high capacity): Drives the motor and operates the air
conditioner and heater. It can be charged via an AC charger, DC charger, or portable
charger.
12 V battery: Operates all lights, wipers, and audio system. It is automatically charged
while the
¢ indicator is displayed on the instrument cluster or the high voltage
battery is charged.
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Main components of your electric vehicle
The main components of your electric vehicle and their functions are as follows:
On-Board Charger (OBC): Charges the high voltage battery by converting the power
grid's AC power to DC power.
Inverter: Converts power from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC) and
supplies power to the motor, and converts power from AC to DC and charge the high
voltage battery during deceleration and braking.
Low Voltage DC-DC Converter (LDC): Converts the high voltage battery's power
source to a low voltage (12 V) power source and supply power to the electrical devices
in the vehicle.
Vehicle Control Unit (VCU): Controls the various controllers and sensors on the
vehicle.
Motor: Uses electricity accumulated in the high voltage battery to drive the vehicle
(same role as an engine in gasoline and diesel vehicles).
Gear: Delivers the rotational force of the motor to the tires at appropriate speeds and
torque.
High voltage battery (Lithium-ion battery): Stores and supplies power necessary for
the electric vehicle to operate. (The separately installed 12 V battery provides power to
the vehicle when the vehicle is in ACC or OFF.)
WARNING
• Do not remove or disassemble any high voltage battery's connectors and wires. Doing
so may lead to accidents, such as electric shock, and result in serious injury and
significantly degrade the vehicle's performance and durability.
• When the high voltage battery or its related components require inspection and
maintenance, contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Precautions When Using the High Voltage Battery
Precautions for high voltage battery when driving and storing the vehicle are as follows:
CAUTION
Keep the gauge of the high voltage battery from going below than 10 %. Storing the
vehicle while the battery level is low for a long time may damage the battery or reduce
the battery's capacity, potentially causing the need for a battery replacement.
If a collision occurs and the vehicle is impacted, have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer to check the battery connection status.
Using the V2L function may reduce the driving distance due to the use of the high
voltage battery energy, and repeated use of the V2L function may cause a decrease in
the life of the high voltage battery.
Frequent use of DC charging may impact battery life.
The high voltage battery level may reduce naturally even if the vehicle is not driven.
Storing the vehicle in temperatures that are too hot or cold may degrade the battery
performance.
The distance to empty or power output may vary depending on the driving conditions,
such as the outside temperature. Driving on highway at high speeds or uphill will
increase battery consumption, resulting in a shorter distance to empty.
If you use the air conditioner or heater, which is powered by the high voltage battery,
the distance to empty will be reduced. Maintain reasonable temperature when using
the air conditioner or heater to maximize distance to empty.
Depending on the vehicle's period of use, natural degradation of the battery may occur
that reduces distance to empty over long period of vehicle life. When the charge
capacity and distance to empty keep failing, have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
If you do not use the vehicle for a long time, charge the vehicle at least once every three
months to prevent both the high voltage and the 12 V battery from fully discharging.
When the battery level has low level, immediately charge the vehicle.
Using AC charging as much as possible can help keep the battery in optimal condition.
Fully charging the battery when it is 20 % or lower helps to keep the battery in optimal
condition. (Charging once a month or more is recommended.)
The charging level value displayed on the instrument cluster may decrease according
to the charging conditions (charger status, outside temperature, battery temperature,
etc.). For longer battery life and safety, after a certain charging level is reached, the
charging current is gradually lowered to fully charge the battery.
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Other Precautions for Electric Vehicle Management
CAUTION
• When heat treatment after repairs or painting is applied to the vehicle due to an
accident, the high voltage battery's performance may be degraded. If heat treatment
is required, contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• When cleaning the motor compartment, do not use a high-pressure washer. Doing so
may result in electric shock, due to a discharge in high voltage electricity, or damage
the vehicle's electric system.
• Do not install third-party parts or modified parts on the vehicle. Doing so may damage
the electric power system. Only use or install genuine parts.
High voltage cut-off switch
High voltage cut-off switch is a device located inside the motor compartment to block
the battery's high voltage when your vehicle is inspected at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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WARNING
• Never touch the high voltage cut-off switch. This could result in serious injury or death
in a collision or electric shock.
• If the high voltage cut-off switch requires an inspection or repair, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Never disconnect or cut the high voltage cut-off switch except in an emergency
situation. Serious problems may occur, such as the vehicle may not start.
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Charging Your Electric Vehicle
Check the detailed information about charging an electric vehicle and charge your
vehicle.
Electric vehicles can be charged via an AC charger or DC charger installed at public
charging stations or residences. If the vehicle cannot be moved to an AC or DC charging
station, you can charge the vehicle via the portable charger supplied with the vehicle
(In-Cable Control Box (ICCB) with a 120 V Plug.).
To find a nearby public charging station, refer to the "Searching for nearby charging
stations" in this chapter.
Safety Precautions for Charging Your Electric Vehicle
Before charging your electric vehicle, read and comply with all the safety information
below. Failure to do so may cause electric shock or fire and result in a serious injury,
death, vehicle malfunction, or property damage.
Precautions for electric medical devices
WARNING
Electromagnetic waves that are generated from the charger can seriously impact
electric medical devices, such as an implantable cardiac pacemaker. When using such
devices, make sure to consult with your doctor and the manufacturer to find out whether
charging your electric vehicle will impact the operation of your device.
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Basic safety precautions for charging
WARNING
• Before charging, apply the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) with the brake pedal
pressed, shift to P (Park) and turn off the vehicle. Movement of the vehicle while
charging may result in death, serious injury, or property damage.
• Use UL certified vehicle charger only. Failure to do so may damage the charger,
charging cable, or vehicle. Also, it may lead to safety hazards, such as fire, explosion,
etc.
• To avoid death, serious injury, or property damage electric shock and fire, follow the
instructions below:
- Do not touch the interior of the charging connector, charging plug, or the vehicle
charging inlet when connecting the cable to the charger and the charging inlet on
the vehicle.
- Do not touch the charging connector and charging plug with wet hands, or when
standing in water or snow while connecting the charging cable.
- When connecting or removing the charging cable, you must hold the charging
connector handle and charging plug.
- Use a waterproof charger. Do not charge the vehicle in a place where rainwater may
come in contact with the joints of the charging cable connector and the charging
plug.
- Ensure there is no water, dust, or other contaminants on the charging cable
connector and the charging plug.
- Immediately stop charging if you notice abnormal conditions, such as odor or
smoke.
- Do not charge the vehicle if there is a risk of lightning.
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Information
• While charging, the gear cannot be shifted from P (Park) to any other gear.
• Ensure the vehicle door is unlocked before disconnecting the charging connector. The
release button on the charging connector does not work when the vehicle door is
locked, or has not been unlocked for an extended period.
• To control the temperature of the high voltage battery while charging or when the
battery temperature is high, the air conditioning is used to cool down the battery. It
may generate noise or vibration from operation of the air conditioning compressor and
cooling fan, but this is a normal condition when charging the high voltage battery.
• The cooling system may be operated when using the air conditioner during charging.
This may degrade the air conditioner's performance temporarily.
• Depending on the condition and durability of the high voltage battery, charger
specifications and condition, and ambient temperature, the time required for charging
the battery and distance to empty may vary.
• In rare cases, you might hear high-frequency noise (a small beeping sound) outside the
vehicle when charging with a 400 V DC charger that has deteriorated or has long
communication delay. The high-frequency noise can be generated only when the
vehicle tries to reduce its own electromagnetic waves to keep DC charging as stable as
possible. This beep sound does not affect the charging performance or the vehicle
itself.
Precautions for operating the cooling fan
WARNING
2C_MotorRoomHotCaution
Do not put your hand near the cooling fan in the motor compartment while charging. It
may operate automatically to control the battery temperature, even if the vehicle is
turned off.
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Precautions for operating the charging door
Before operating the charging door, carefully read and follow all the safety information
below.
CAUTION
• Before opening the charging door in the opening direction, ensure that is no
interference with nearby objects when opening or closing the door.
• When opening and closing the charging door, be careful not to get your hands or other
body parts caught in the door.
• If you cannot open the charging door due to freezing weather, lightly tap or remove any
ice near the charging door.
For more information, refer to the "Electric Charging Door" section in chapter 5.
• Do not try to forcibly open the charging door. It may cause damage to the charging
door or cause a malfunction.
• Do not hold the parts that support the charging door. Damage to parts or deformation
of parts may cause vehicle damage and accidents.
Precautions for using, handling, and storing the charging cable
Precautions when using the charging cable
CAUTION
• To prevent electric shock, replace the charging cable if the coating or the connector is
damaged.
• Do not modify or disassemble the charging cable. Doing so may result in fire, electric
shock, or injury.
• Do not pull or twist the charging cable excessively, and ensure that the cable is not
twisted. Power cuts or damage to the cable's insulation sheath may result in electric
shock or fire.
• Do not drag the charging cable on the floor or place objects on it. Damage to the
insulation of the cable may result in electric shock or fire.
• Do not use the charging cable near heat source or heating appliance.
• Do not drop or subject the charging cable to a strong impact. Also, ensure no water or
liquid comes into contact with the cable.
• Use the charging cable only when there are no children around.
• If there is any sign of damage, corrosion, or rust on the charging connector and plug,
or if the connection of the charging connector and plug feels loose, do not use the
cable. Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Precautions when handling and storing the charging cable
CAUTION
• Always keep the charging connector and plug dry and clean.
• Ensure that the connectors, plugs, and control box (portable charger) of the charging
cable are not submerged or in contact with water.
• Keep the charging cable free from water or moisture, and keep it in the cargo storage
compartment.
• Do not keep the charging cable near heat source or heating appliances.
• Keep the charging cable away from children.
• If there is dust or contaminants inside the charging connector or plug, remove it using
an air gun.
• If the charging cable is contaminated, completely disconnect the cable from the
charger or power, and remove the contaminants.
- Wipe the charging cable lightly with the soft cloth soaked with a 3 % neutral
detergent water solution, then use a clean cloth to completely remove moisture and
dry the cable in a well-ventilated shade.
- When removing contaminants, ensure the charging connector and charging plug are
not in contact with water.
- Do not use organic solvents, such as benzene, paint thinner, or strong detergent.
Doing so may cause deformation, discoloration, or malfunction of charging cable.
- When using a vehicle decontamination agent, ensure that the product does not
contain organic solvents, such as benzene, paint thinner, or strong detergent.
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Checking Basic Information on Charging Your Electric Vehicle
Before charging your vehicle, check and understand the information such as the
expected charging time according to the charge type, checking the State of Charge
(SOC), and setting the charger lock mode.
Checking charging type and charging time
The charge types for electric vehicle are as follows:
AC charge: The electric vehicle is charged via an AC charger at public or private
charging stations.
DC charge: You can charge at high speeds at public charging stations. Refer to the
respective company's manual that is provided for each DC charger type.
Portable charge: If the vehicle cannot be moved to a public charging station due to a
lack of battery power, the vehicle can be charged with household electricity, using the
120 V ICCB portable charger included with the vehicle.
Information
Type 3R enclosure satisfies the requirements of UL 50E standard when the charging
connector is connected to the vehicle side charging inlet. An additional Type 3R
enclosure should be provided in the end installation of the vehicle side charging inlet. The
"Type 3R" marking can be found on the charging inlet.
• What is type 3R?: Performance requirement for enclosures intended for outdoor use
that provides a degree of protection against falling dirt, rain, sleet, and/or snow.
CAUTION
• Risk of electric shock. Do not disconnect under load.
• Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 5,000 rms symmetrical
Amperes, 120 V AC Maximum.
• Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more than 30,000 rms
symmetrical Amperes, 1,000 V DC Maximum.
CAUTION
• Battery performance and life may deteriorate if the DC charger is used constantly. It is
best to occasionally use AC charger to optimize battery life.
• The electrical outlet at home must comply with regulations and safely accommodate
the Voltage, Current (Amps), and Power (Watts) ratings specified on the portable
charger. If not, the vehicle may not be charged or safety hazards, such as fire, may
occur.
• If the power distributor exceeds its capacity while charging the vehicle with a portable
charger at home, the power to home may be cut off or a fire may occur.
• If you use a portable charger to charge your electric vehicle with household electricity,
you are charged on your household electricity bill.
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The estimated charging time for each charging type is as follows:
Charging time
Charge
Charging
level
condition
Charging type
(Minimum -
(Temperatu
Standard
Long range
Maximum)
re)
About 4 hours 55
About 6 hours 5
AC charge
10-100 %
minutes
minutes
350
About 43 minutes
About 43 minutes
10-80 %
kW
Battery
DC
temperatur
charge
100
e (77 °F)
About 45 minutes
About 45 minutes
10-80 %
kW
About 42 hours 55
About 57 hours 5
Portable charge
10-100 %
minutes
minutes
Information
• The DC charging time may be longer at cold temperature below 20 °F (-17 °C).
• Depending on the condition and durability of the high voltage battery, charger
specifications, and ambient temperature, the time required for charging the high
voltage battery may vary.
• If the charger is worn out, exposed, or there exists any type of damage, charging may
stop for your safety. Use another charger that works normally.
• When charging the battery, an additional 3 minutes may be required to check battery
condition.
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Checking the charging status
Check the State of Charge (SOC) of the high voltage battery via the charge indicator light
inside the charging door.
1. With the vehicle door unlocked, press the open indicator on the charging door to open
the charging door.
2. Check the SOC referring to the charge indicator light inside the charging door.
• SOC is indicated in 4 levels.
2C_ChargingDoorIndicator_CCS1
Charge indicator light
SOC [%]
0-24 %
25-49 %
50-74 %
75-100 %
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Checking information on the charging label
Open the charging door and check the information on the charging label on the right side
of the charging connector. The charging label shows safety symbols and the rated input
specifications for charging.
2C_ChargingLabelLocation
2C_ChargingLabel
No.
Name
Description
(1)
Warning for high voltage
Indicates a device with a risk of electric shock.
Indicates a device that may cause property
(2)
Warning/Caution symbol
damage, serious injury or death if not
operated carefully.
Indicates the type of input current (~, AC) and
Rated voltage and maximum
(3)
the rated voltage range (V) and charging
charging current
current (A) when AC charging.
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Setting charging connector locking mode
You can lock the charging connector during AC charging to prevent unintended
detachment of the charging connector from the vehicle.
Information
The connector is automatically locked during DC charging or while using the V2L
function, regardless of the settings of charging connector locking mode applied to the
vehicle.
• When DC charging is complete, the charging connector will be unlocked
automatically.
• After using electricity, you can unlock the charging connector by pressing the switch
on the V2L connector to turn off the power and unlock the vehicle door.
• On the Home screen from the infotainment system, select Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > AC
Charger > Lock Charging Cable to set the locking mode of the charging connector.
The available locking mode options are as follows:
- Always: Locks the connector automatically whenever the charging connector is
plugged into the charging inlet.
- While charging: Locks the connector automatically only while charging is in
progress after the charging connector is properly connected to the vehicle.
Disconnecting the charging connector in an emergency
If the unlock button is not functioning properly due to a discharged battery or abnormal
electrical wiring, the charging connector cannot be disconnected from the vehicle.
CAUTION
Do not disconnect the charging connector forcibly. Doing so may damage the charging
connector or the charging inlet on the vehicle.
If the charging connector is not disconnected due to battery being fully discharged or a
wiring failure, open the hood and pull the emergency cable.
2C_EmergencyChargingCable
• If the charging connector does not disconnect after pulling the emergency cable, have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Using an AC Charger
AC charging is the most common charging method for electric vehicles. Charge your
electric vehicle using an AC charging cable installed in public charging stations or at your
professionally installed Level 2 AC home charger.
• To find a nearby public charging station, refer to the "Searching for nearby charging
stations" section in this chapter.
WARNING
Before charging the vehicle, carefully read and follow the instructions in "Safety
Precautions for Charging Your Electric Vehicle" to prevent property damage or injury due
to electric shock, fire, explosion, etc.
CAUTION
To prevent property damage or injury due to fire or explosion, follow the instructions
below.
• Only use the genuine AC charging cable provided by the manufacturer (if equipped).
• Do not use an extension cable.
• Check the rated voltage and maximum charging current required for charging, and
ensure that the charger power you are using meets the requirements.
• Immediately stop charging if you discover abnormal conditions, such as odor or
smoke.
Understanding the AC charging cable
The exterior of the AC charging cable is as follows:
2C_ACCharger
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Charging with an AC charger
Follow the instructions below to charge the vehicle with an AC charger.
1. With the vehicle started, apply the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) while pressing the
brake pedal.
2. Turn all switches off, shift to P (Park), and stop the vehicle.
3. With the vehicle door unlocked, press the
ō symbol on the charging door to open the
charging door.
4. Open the charging inlet cover and check the charging connector and charging inlet for
dust or other contaminants.
• If there is any dirt or contaminants, remove it using the air gun.
WARNING
Do not touch the charging connector of the charging cable or the charging inlet on the
vehicle.
5. Remove the charging connector protection cap of the AC charging cable, hold the
charging connector handle, and connect it to the AC charging inlet on the vehicle. Push
it until you hear a click.
• When charging starts, the estimated charging time will be displayed on the
instrument cluster for about one minute.
Information
• If you open the driver's door while charging, the estimated charging time will also be
displayed on the instrument cluster for about one minute.
• When scheduled charging is set, a message saying "Waiting to charge at scheduled
time" will be displayed.
• When scheduled air conditioner or heater operates while waiting for the scheduled
charging, the estimated charging time will be displayed as "-".
6.Unlock the driver's door (again if unlocked) if the vehicle is still charging, or if the
vehicle Charging Connector Locking Mode is set to always keep it locked. Press the
release tab on the charging cable handle, then pull it to disconnect it from the vehicle
charge port. Hold the charging connector handle, and pull the charging connector to
disconnect it from the charging inlet.
CAUTION
Do not forcibly disconnect the charging connector without pressing the unlock button
on the charging connector. It may damage the charging connector or the charging
inlet on the vehicle.
7. Close the vehicle charging inlet cover and press the charging door to completely close
it.
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Information
• If the charging connector locking mode is set to Always or While Charging, unlock
the door by pressing the button on the smart key or the button on the driver's door,
and disconnect the charging connector from the charging inlet.
- For more information, refer to the "Setting charging connector locking mode"
section in this chapter.
• During AC charging, the quality of radio reception may degrade in some areas.
Using a DC Charger
If you need to charge the vehicle in a shorter time, you can charge at high speeds using
a DC charger installed in public charging stations.
• To find a nearby charging station, refer to the "Searching for nearby charging stations"
section in this chapter.
WARNING
Before charging the vehicle, carefully read and follow the instructions in "Setting
charging connector locking mode" to prevent property damage or injury due to electric
shock, fire, explosion, etc.
CAUTION
Battery performance and life may deteriorate if the DC charger is used constantly. Use
AC charging unless DC charging is necessary.
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Understanding the DC charging connector
The exterior of the DC charging cable is as follows:
2C_DCCharger_CCS1
Charging with a DC charger
Follow the instructions below to charge the vehicle with a DC charger.
1. With the vehicle started, apply the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) while pressing the
brake pedal.
2. Turn all switches off, shift to P (Park), and stop the vehicle.
3. With the vehicle door unlocked, press the
ō symbol on the charging door to open the
charging door.
4. Open the charging inlet cover and check the charging connector and charging inlet for
dust or other contaminants.
• If there is any dirt or contaminants, remove it using the air gun.
WARNING
Do not touch the interior of the charging connector of the charging cable or the
charging inlet on the vehicle.
5. Remove the charging connector protection cap of the DC charging cable, hold the
charging connector handle, and connect it to the DC charging inlet on the vehicle. Push
it until you hear a click.
• When charging starts, the estimated charging time will be displayed on the
instrument cluster for a minute.
Information
If you open the driver's door while charging, the estimated charging time will also be
displayed on the instrument cluster for a minute.
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6.When charging is complete, hold the charging connector handle and pull out the
charging connector to disconnect it from the charging inlet.
• Depending on the DC charger types, some DC chargers may not have a charger
connector unlock button.
CAUTION
Before disconnecting the charging connector, check if there is an unlock button on the
connector handle. If the connector handle is equipped with an unlock button, forcibly
disconnecting the connector without pressing the button may damage the charging
connector or charging inlet on the vehicle.
NOTICE
• For more information, refer to the "Setting charging connector locking mode"
section in this chapter.
7. Close the charging inlet cover.
8.Press the charging door to completely close it.
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Using a Portable Charger (ICCB)
If the vehicle cannot be moved to a public charging station, you can charge the vehicle
using a separately purchased In-Cable Control Box (ICCB) in places where general power
(AC 120 V) is supplied.
WARNING
Before charging the vehicle, carefully read and follow the instructions in "Setting
charging connector locking mode" to prevent property damage or injury due to electric
shock, fire, explosion, etc.
CAUTION
To prevent property damage or injury due to fire or explosion, follow the instructions
below.
• Only use a genuine HYUNDAI portable charger (if equipped).
• Do not let children operate or touch the portable charger. Doing so may lead to
unexpected accidents.
• Try to avoid using an extension cord, but if you must use to reach a 120 V outlet, ensure
it is a medium to heavy duty grounded extension cord rated at 15 A minimum.
• The charger power you are using must comply with regulations and safely
accommodate the Voltage, Current (Amps), and Power (Watts) ratings. If not, the
vehicle may not be charged or safety hazards, such as fire, may occur.
• If the power distributor exceeds its capacity while charging the vehicle with a portable
charger at home, the power to the home may be cut off or a fire may occur.
• Immediately stop charging if you discover abnormal conditions, such as odor or
smoke.
• Use a portable charger only in emergencies, and do not use it to fully charge the
battery.
• If you charge the vehicle with household electricity, you are charged electricity bill
according to the home rate system, not the electric vehicle rate system.
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Understanding portable chargers
The configuration of a portable charger and the display of the operation indicator are as
follows:
2C_ICCBCharger
(1) Control box
(2) Power plug
(3) Charging connector
Icon
Name
Color
Description
Turns on when the power
POWER
Green
is on.
Turns on while charging
and blinks when current is
CHARGE
Blue
limited (Forcibly switched
to 6 A).
Blinks when a leakage
current, communication
error, or overcurrent error
FAULT
Red
occurs, or when the
high-temperature
protection inside the plug
and charger is activated.
Displays the present
CHARGE LEVEL
-
charging current setting
(6 A, 8 A, 10 A, or 12 A).
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Icon
Name
Color
Description
Control pilot
Vehicle communication
E1
-
communication
error
E2
-
Current leakage
Leakage
E3
-
Charger error
Plug overtemperature
E4
-
warning
Plug
E5
temperature
-
Plug temperature failure
E6
-
Charger error
Charging overcurrent
E7
Overcurrent
-
warning
E8
-
Charger overheating
Internal
temperature
E9
-
Charger error
F1
Relay fusion
-
Charger error
Ground
F2
Monitoring/
-
Poor grounding of outlet
Interrupt
Switched mode power
F3
-
supply error (voltage
Switched mode
failure)
power supply
power failure
Switched mode power
F4
-
supply error (abnormal
voltage)
Control Pilot (-) voltage
F5
-
error
Control Pilot
voltage error
Control Pilot (+) voltage
F6
-
error
Plug temperature sensor
F7
-
error
Temperature
sensor error
PCB internal temperature
F8
-
sensor error
• If an error occurs, you can reset the portable charger by disconnecting and
reconnecting the power plug, and then pressing the button on the control box for more
than two seconds.
• If the same symptom repeats after resetting the portable charger, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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• If there is no status change for more than one minute, the portable charger will be
switched to power saving mode, and the display light will be turned off.
Charging with a portable charger
Follow the instructions below to charge the vehicle with a portable charger.
1. Connect the power plug of the portable charger to the electrical outlet at your home.
• Select a circuit that is not shared with other devices for the best performance.
Additional devices may cause the circuit breaker to trip.
• Adjust the charge current to a lower level if there are other devices on the same
circuit, or the circuit breaker has tripped.
• When connected, the power indicator light will turn green.
• The power indicator light on the control box will turn green.
2. If desired, set the charging current by pressing the button on the back of the control
box for more than two seconds until the number on the charging current indicator
blinks.
NOTICE
An example of a portable charger charging current setting suitable for the rated current
of the power supplied is as follows. However, the appropriate charging current may
vary depending on the environment, such as the power usage inside the building.
Outlet Current
ICCB Charge level
14-16 A
12 A
12-13 A
10 A
10-11 A
8 A
8-9 A
6 A
• The charging current is changed each time the button is pressed, in the order of "6 A
- 8 A - 10 A - 12 A."
• If 10 seconds have passed without pressing any button, the blinking will stop and the
charging current will be finished.
3. With the vehicle on, apply the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) while pressing the brake
pedal.
4. Turn all switches off, shift to P (Park), and turn off the vehicle.
5. With the vehicle door unlocked, press the
ō symbol on the charging door to open the
charging door.
6.Open the charging inlet cover and check the charging connector and charging inlet for
dust or other contaminants.
• If there is any dirt or contaminants, remove it using the air gun.
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WARNING
Do not touch the charging connector of the charging cable or the charging inlet of the
vehicle.
7. Remove the charging connector protection cap of the portable charging cable, hold
the charging connector handle, and connect it to the AC charging inlet of the vehicle.
Push it until you hear a click.
• When charging starts, the estimated charging time will be displayed on the
instrument cluster for about one minute.
Information
• If you open the driver's door while charging, the estimated charging time will also be
displayed on the instrument cluster for about one minute.
• When scheduled charging is set, a message saying "Waiting to charge at scheduled
time" will be displayed.
• When scheduled air conditioner or heater operates while waiting for the scheduled
charging, the estimated charging time will be displayed as '-'.
8.When charging is complete, hold the charging connector handle with the unlock
button pressed and pull on the charging connector to disconnect it from the charging
inlet.
Information
If you have set the charging connector locking mode as Always or While charging,
unlock the door by pressing the button on the smart key or the button on the driver's
door, and disconnect the charging connector from the charging inlet.
• For more information, refer to the "Setting charging connector locking mode"
section in this chapter.
9.Close the charging inlet cover.
10.Press the charging door to completely close it.
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Using the scheduled charging function
The scheduled charging function allows you to charge your vehicle using low-cost,
late-night power until the next departure time.
Information
You can use the scheduled charging function only when using an AC charger or the
portable charger (ICCB: In-Cable Control Box). For more information about connecting
an AC charger and portable charger, refer to the "Using an AC Charger" and "Using a
Portable Charger (ICCB)" section in this chapter.
On the Home screen of the infotainment system, select Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > AC
Charger > Scheduled Charging.
• For more information, refer to the "Setting the Options for the AC Charger" section in
this chapter.
• When scheduled charging is set and the AC charger or the portable charger (ICCB) is
connected for charging, the indicator light gradually illuminates for three minutes to
indicate that scheduled charging is set.
• When scheduled charging is set, charging is not started immediately when the AC
charger or portable charger (ICCB) is connected. To charge the vehicle immediately,
open the charging door and press the ħ button for more than two seconds or select
Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > AC Charger > Scheduled Charging on the screen and deactivate
the scheduled charge setting.
Information
• You can set up or cancel scheduled charging using the HYUNDAI BlueLink app on your
smartphone. For more information, refer to the user's manual provided in the
infotainment system and the quick reference guide.
• Charging may start immediately after a charger is connected to the vehicle, depending
on the charging time calculated when setting up the scheduled charging.
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Stopping Charging Immediately
If you cannot stop charging the electric vehicle through the charger while charging with
an AC charger, DC charger, or portable charger, follow the instructions below:
1. Press the door lock or unlock button of the vehicle.
2. Within 15 seconds press the ħ button for more than two seconds.
Checklist when charging does not start
Check the following if charging does not start after connecting the charger to the vehicle.
• Check the scheduled charging setting. If the scheduled charging is set, charging is not
started after connecting an AC charger or portable charger to the vehicle until the
setting conditions are met.
• Check the operation status of the AC charger, DC charger, and portable charger. Actual
method for indicating the operation status may vary in accordance with the charger
manufacturer.
• If a warning sign related to charging appears on the instrument cluster, check its
message.
• If the charging connector and charging inlet are not connected properly or not fully
seated, the connector may droop or vibrate. In this case, hold the charging connector
handle and push it all the way in.
• Check the charging status by connecting another charger that has been approved for
proper operation.
- If the vehicle is charged normally using another charger, contact the charger
manufacturer for a solution.
- If the vehicle is not charged even when using another charger, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Using Electric Vehicle Functions
Electric Vehicle provides driving information and high voltage battery information. You
can set various electric vehicle functions in Electric Vehicle.
Checking the Electric Vehicle Screen Configuration
Follow the instruction below to enter Electric Vehicle mode and check the screen
configuration.
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle.
• The Electric Vehicle mode screen appears.
The details of the Electric Vehicle mode screen are as follows:
1C_ElectricVehicleMain
No.
Name
Description
You can check the energy consumption and
(1)
Ō
energy economy history.
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No.
Name
Description
You can set various options related to electric
Ĥ
vehicle charging.
You can set a scheduled departure time by
which charging is complete and the cabin
Next Departure
temperature is preconditioned. For more
information, refer to the "Setting the Next
Departure Time" section in this chapter.
You can set the options for AC charger including
charging current. For more information, refer to
AC charger
the "Setting the Options for the AC Charger"
(2)
section in this chapter.
You can set the charging target for fast charging
and slow charging. For more information, refer
Charging Limit
to the "Setting the target battery charge level"
section in this chapter.
You can set the battery discharging limit(%) for
the high voltage battery for driving. For more
Electricity Use Settings (V2L)
information, refer to the "Setting a Battery
Discharging Limit When Using Vehicle to Load
(V2L)" section in this chapter.
You can set various electric vehicle specialized
functions.
• Battery Conditioning
(3)
Ĵ
• Utility Mode
For more information, refer to the "Setting
Electric Vehicle Specialized Functions" section
in this chapter.
You can check charging station, Home screen
(4)
đ
edit, and online manual.
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Checking Energy Information
You can check the energy consumption and energy economy history.
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > Ō.
• Check the energy information.
Checking the energy consumption
On the infotainment screen, select Electricity Use.
• You can check the current energy consumption for each vehicle system.
1C_ElectricityUse
No.
Name
Description
Shows the percentage of instantaneous and regenerative energy
consumed by the motor to drive the vehicle and the percentage of
(1)
Drivetrain
the power driving system used in total power used since starting
the vehicle.
Shows the power and energy consumption used by the vehicle
system, including the instrument cluster, infotainment system
(2)
Electronics
(speaker and navigation), headlight, vehicle control unit, etc., and
the percentage of the power vehicle system used in total power
used since starting the vehicle.
Shows the power and energy consumption used by the air
(3)
Climate
conditioner or heater and the percentage of the power climate
system used in total power used since starting the vehicle.
Shows the momentary power and energy consumption used when
increasing and cooling down the battery temperature to maintain
(4)
Battery Care
optimal battery performance and the percentage of battery
temperature control mode (Battery Care mode) used in the total
power used since starting the vehicle.
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Checking the electric energy economy history
On the infotainment screen select EV Economy History.
• You can check the history of electric energy economy with the date and distance of
previous driving.
1C_EVEconomyHistory
Setting the Next Departure Time
You can set an anticipated departure time for scheduled charging and target
temperature.
Information
• Scheduled charging and climate will be activated based on the departure time.
• The scheduled climate function directly uses the power of the connected charger. It
can maintain a pleasant environment and enhance vehicle performance by controlling
the temperature of the vehicle and the battery without using the high voltage battery
power.
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1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > Next Departure.
3. Set the anticipated departure schedule.
1C_NextDeparture
4. Set anticipated time (1) and temperature (2) of the vehicle departure after charging.
5. At repeat option, select the day of the week to activate target temperature for the
departure time.
1C_ScheduledClimate
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Setting the Options for the AC Charger
You can set the options for the AC charger including scheduled charging and charging
current.
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > AC Charger.
3. Set the required functions.
Setting scheduled charging
Select Scheduled Charging to turn on the function.
1C_ScheduledCharging
• The scheduled charging option screen appears. Select charging option.
- Charge ONLY during Off-peak: Charging is activated only during the off-peak time.
It may not be able to reach the target battery charge level.
- Prioritize Off-peak Charging: Charging is activated during the off-peak time. It may
keep on charging pass off-peak time to reach the target battery charge level.
- For more information about setting the target battery charge level, refer to the
"Setting the target battery charge level" section in this chapter.
1C_ScheduledChargingOption
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Setting the charging current
Set the charging current when using an AC charger.
1C_ACChargingCurrent
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Setting the target battery charge level
You can set the target battery charge level when charged with an AC charger or a DC
charger.
• You can check the status of high voltage battery, estimated distance to empty, and the
time required for charging the target battery level.
Information
• The distance to empty is estimated based on the energy economy and temperatures.
It may vary according to your driving style.
• The distance to empty may vary even with the same target level according to changes
of your driving style.
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > Charging Limit.
3. Set each of the target battery charge level for AC charger and DC charger.
• The charging level can be changed by 10 %.
• If the target battery charge level is lower than the current high voltage battery
charge level, the battery will not be charged.
1C_ChargingLimitDC
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Setting a Battery Discharging Limit When Using Vehicle to Load
(V2L)
Setting battery discharging limit (%) can prevent the battery from discharging when
operating home appliances or electronic devices using the high voltage battery.
• For more information about V2L function, refer to the "Setting the Next Departure
Time" section in this chapter.
Information
V2L is the system that provides AC power using the high voltage battery for driving to
operate several electronic devices. You can operate home appliances and electronic
devices, or charge another electric vehicle in emergency using the charged electricity
from the vehicle's battery while camping or doing other outdoor activities.
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > Ĥ > Electricity Use Settings (V2L).
3. Set the desired battery discharging limit (%).
• The battery discharging limit can only be set below the current battery charge.
• When the high voltage battery level reaches the set battery discharging limit, V2L
function automatically cuts off electrical supply.
1C_ElectricityUseSettingsV2L
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Setting Electric Vehicle Specialized Functions
You can set various EV specialized functions such as battery conditioning mode and
utility mode.
Using Battery Conditioning
Battery Conditioning function maintains optimal driving performance and keeps the
battery temperature ideal for DC charging to help prevent the high voltage battery from
degrading. You can manually operate the Battery Conditioning function or automatically
operate the function by setting a DC charging station as a destination or a waypoint.
Manual operation
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
1C_BatteryConditioning
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > Ĵ > Battery Conditioning and select
Active to use manually.
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Linked to navigation route
If you set a DC charging station as a destination or waypoint on your navigation, the
Battery Conditioning function maintains the battery temperature ideal for DC charging
while considering the arrival time. This allows drivers to perform DC charging even during
hot and cold weather.
Information
• Battery Conditioning function operates only in a vehicle equipped with a battery
heater.
• Battery Conditioning function does not operate to ensure driving distance when the
battery charge level is low. The function also does not operate if the temperature of the
battery is ideal for driving and charging.
• The charged power used to raise the temperature of a battery may shorten the driving
distance. Reaching the optimal temperature of a battery requires time.
• When you are a member of Bluelink, you can control the battery Conditioning function
remotely while parking from the Bluelink app. For more information on Bluelink, refer
to the separately supplied manual
Setting Utility Mode
Utility mode allows the high voltage battery to be used instead of the 12 V battery for
purposes other than driving. You can use the audio and lights of the vehicle without
worrying about discharging the battery.
Information
• You cannot drive the vehicle while the utility mode is activated, and the gear can only
be shifted to P (Park).
• You can use every electric device in the vehicle while the utility mode is activated.
• When the utility mode is activated, the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) is applied
automatically. You can release EPB by pressing the EPB switch if necessary.
Follow the instructions below to set the utility mode.
1. Check the operation conditions of the utility mode.
• Check if the
¢ indicator is displayed on the instrument cluster.
• Check if the gear is shifted to P (Park).
2. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
3. Select Electric Vehicle> Ĵ > Utility Mode, and then select Activate Utility Mode to
activate the function (Utility Mode: ON).
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1C_UtilityMode
• The¢ indicator turns off and the
ų indicator illuminates on the instrument cluster
and the EPB is applied.
• The utility mode can be deactivated by pressing the Start/Stop button to the OFF
position.
Information
If the utility mode is not activated when the vehicle is in the ready (¢
) mode and the
gear is shifted to P (Park), inspect the operation status of EPB.
Searching for nearby charging stations
Around the course, around the current site, around the selected destination or charging
stations of interest can be searched. If you choose the charging station, the detailed
information is provided.
Information
• When you sign up HYUNDAI BlueLink service, the available chargers at each charging
station are displayed.
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Follow the instructions below to search for nearby charging stations:
1. On the infotainment screen, move to Home screen.
2. On the Home screen, select Electric Vehicle > đ > Charging Station List.
1C_ChargingStationListMenu
• You can choose among "Route", "Current Position", "Destination", and "Favorite".
• The direction (arrow) and distance, charger type, address, and location on the map
of the charging stations corresponding to the selected option are displayed on the
right side of the screen.
1C_ChargingStationList
3. Select the charging station on the list and check the detailed information.
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Using V2L Function
Using the Vehicle to Load (V2L) feature, you can turn on electronic devices by connecting
them to the high voltage battery.
Safety Precautions When Using the V2L Function
Before using the V2L function, read and comply with all the safety information below.
Failure to do so may cause electric shock or fire and result in serious injury, death, vehicle
malfunction, or property damage.
Precautions when using the V2L function
WARNING
• Do not use the V2L function if the V2L connector, charging inlet, power plug, or cable
is damaged, corroded, or rusted.
• Do not touch the V2L connector, charging inlet, or power plug with wet hands.
• Do not use the V2L function if the connection part of the V2L connector and the
charging inlet is loose.
• Check if there is no water, dust, or other contaminants before connecting the
connector and the power plug. They may cause electric shock or fire.
• Do not put metal objects or touch the V2L connector or charging inlet with bare hands.
• For electric devices used outdoors in a vehicle, use a product that is waterproof or use
it in a waterproof environment. If rain or humidity intrude into electric devices,
multi-outlets, extension cords, etc., it may cause electric shock or damage the vehicle
or devices.
• If there is a risk of lightning, do not use the V2L function outside the vehicle.
• Do not use electric heating appliances such as an electric kettle, toaster, or iron in the
vehicle. Doing so may result in a fire and injury.
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Precautions when the cooling fan operates
WARNING
2C_MotorRoomHotCaution
When using the V2L, the cooling fan in the vehicle motor compartment can operate
automatically even if the vehicle is turned off. Do not put your hand near the cooling fan
when the V2L is operating.
Precautions for handling and using the V2L connector
CAUTION
• Do not modify or disassemble the V2L connector. It may cause fire, electric shock, or
injury. Damage to your vehicle caused by modification and disassembling is not
covered by warranty.
• Be careful when connecting or disconnecting the power plug to the V2L connector or
when opening or closing the V2L connector cover. You may scratch your hand.
• Be sure to disconnect the V2L connector from the vehicle when you are finished using
V2L.
• Do not charge the vehicle using the V2L connector. If you charge the vehicle arbitrarily
by remodeling the power cable of the connector, etc., it may damage the vehicle.
• Do not place objects on the V2L connector. It may damage the cable and cause electric
shock or fire.
• Do not drop the V2L connector or apply any impact on it. Keep it clean in a dry place
without water or humidity.
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Precautions when using electric/electronic products
CAUTION
Before using the product, check the precautions and how to use the product referring
to the product manual.
Only use products that have obtained national safety certification.
Only use an electric device that does not exceed the maximum power capacity that the
vehicle can supply. However, some of the electric devices may not operate normally
even if the product has power consumption less than the maximum power capacity
provided by the vehicle.
- Electric devices that require high power during initial operation.
- Measuring devices that need to process accurate data.
- Electric devices that are sensitive to inverter type AC charger.
Do not use products that require a continuous power supply, such as medical
equipment. The power supply may be interrupted depending on the vehicle's
condition.
The V2L discharging mode is blocked automatically in the event of overheating. When
the discharging mode is blocked, check whether the V2L connector or power plug is
contaminated, worn, corroded or broken.
- If the temperature falls to a proper level after it is left unattended, you can use it
again.
- If overheating repeats when using a certain electric device, do not use the electric
device.
Do not connect more than two extension cords or multi-outlet. Also, when using the
extension cable, ensure that the cable is not twisted. Heat from the overlapped cable
may cause fire.
Do not hang home appliances on the wire.
Do not use if the sheath of home appliance cables is damaged or broken.
Fully insert the power plug when connecting it to the power.
Only use qualified power plug with ground connection that meets the standard. Do not
use worn, corroded, or broken power plug or improper power plug that does not meet
the standard.
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Using Electricity Outside the Vehicle
Before using V2L function, carefully read all the safety information and precautions on
the "Safety Precautions When Using the V2L Function" section and follow the
instructions.
Follow the instructions below to connect the V2L connector to the charging inlet on the
vehicle and supply power to an electronic product:
1. Open the cover of the V2L connector.
2. Close the cover after connecting the plug of an electronic product to the power outlet
of the connector.
WARNING
Some types of plugs may not fit into the outlet cover of the V2L connector, causing
incomplete closing of the cover. Do not use the V2L connector on a rainy or snowy day
if the outlet cover is not completely closed. There is a risk of fire and/or injury.
3. Open the connection terminal protection cap of the connector with the open switch
pressed.
4. Open the charging door and connect the V2L connector to the charging inlet on the
vehicle.
• Connect the V2L connector to the charging inlet within 60 seconds after opening the
charging door.
• Time remaining until the battery level reaches the set value, and the distance to
empty at the set value appears on the instrument cluster or the infotainment system.
5. Press the power switch of the V2L connector.
• The power is supplied and the indicator on the V2L connector is turned on.
Information
• When the V2L connector is connected to the charging inlet of the vehicle, all doors and
connectors will be automatically locked to prevent theft and separation. To disconnect
the V2L connector, unlock the door and pull the connector with the open switch
pressed.
• Before using the V2L function, deactivate the scheduled climate setting referring to the
"Setting the Options for the AC Charger". The V2L function may be cut off depending
on the scheduled climate setting.
• To check and change the V2L setting, refer to the "Setting a Battery Discharging Limit
When Using Vehicle to Load (V2L)".
• If an electric device that exceeds the maximum power capacity is connected, a
warning message appears on the instrument cluster and the power supply shuts off
immediately.
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Solving V2L Problems
If a problem occurs while using the V2L function, the V2L stops and a related message
appears on the instrument cluster.
Check the cause of the message and take an appropriate measure referring to the table
below.
Message
Cause
Measure
To use the V2L continuously,
make the discharging limit set
level lower than the present
V2L has ended.
The high voltage battery level
battery level. (For more
Battery level has
reaches the discharging limit
information, refer to the
reached the set value.
set level.
"Setting a Battery Discharging
Limit When Using Vehicle to
Load (V2L)".)
Check the total power
An electrical appliance that
consumption of the electrical
V2L stopped due to
exceeds the maximum power
appliance and replace it a
excessive power use
output the vehicle can supply is
product within the V2L
connected.
maximum power output.
V2L is stopped for the following
reasons:
Make sure there are no
V2L conditions not
problems with the V2L
met
• V2L connector switch off
connector.
• V2L connector overheating
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Aux. Battery Saver+
WARNING
2C_BatterySaverIndicator
When the function is activating the indicator light illuminates and high voltage electricity
flows into the vehicle. Follow the instruction below to prevent electrical shock or injuries.
• Do not touch the high voltage electric wire (orange), connector, and all electric
components and devices.
• Do not modify or disconnect any electronic devices in your vehicle.
The Aux. Battery Saver+ is a function that specialized in battery protection, prevents the
failure due to fully discharge of the 12 V battery.
If the user drives or charges the vehicle, the Aux. Battery Saver+ is automatically
activated to check the 12 V battery charging state. If necessary, the high voltage battery
charges the 12 V battery.
CAUTION
The Aux. Battery Saver+ function cannot prevent the 12 V battery discharging in the
following situations:
• The 12 V battery is damaged or worn out.
• The 12 V battery is used as a power supply or unauthorized electronic devices are used.
Information
• If the Aux. Battery Saver+ function was activated, the high voltage battery level may
have decreased.
• Depending on the condition of the vehicle or high voltage battery, the Aux. Battery
Saver+ function may not operate normally or stopped.
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Driving Your Electric Vehicle
Check how to use the devices inside the vehicle that you must know for driving, such as
starting, braking, and shifting the electric vehicle.
Starting and Stopping the Vehicle
Follow the instructions below to start or stop the vehicle.
CAUTION
• Always fasten the seat belt before starting the vehicle for safety.
• Check if the EBP is applied before starting the vehicle.
Starting the vehicle
1. Holding the smart key, sit in the driver's seat.
2. Press the Start/Stop button while pressing the brake pedal.
• On the instrument cluster,
¢ indicator is displayed.
Information
While the
¢ indicator is displayed, press the brake pedal, shift to D (Drive) or R
(Reverse), and release the EBP and the brake pedal to start moving the vehicle forward
or backward. You can start driving by pressing the accelerator pedal slowly and
decelerate or stop by pressing the brake pedal.
Stopping the vehicle
1. Stop the vehicle completely by pressing the brake pedal.
2. Apply the EPB while pressing the brake pedal, and press the gear's P button to shift to
P (Park).
3. Press the Start/Stop button.
• The
¢ indicator on the instrument cluster turns off.
Information
There are other Start/Stop button positions besides the ON/OFF. Use it appropriately
paying attention to the discharging of the 12 V battery. The following steps are performed
without your foot on the brake pedal:
ACC: The 12 V battery power is turned on, allowing some devices, such as infotainment
system and air conditioning system to operate. Press the Start/Stop button when it is
in the OFF position to turn on ACC.
ON: The 12 V battery power is turned on, allowing to check the instrument cluster and
use all the electric devices inside the vehicle. Press the Start/Stop button when it is in
the ACC position to turn it ON.
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Understanding virtual engine sound system
Electric vehicles do not use an internal combustion engine, so there is no engine noise
while driving. The Virtual Engine Sound System (VESS) generates engine sound to make
pedestrians aware of the approaching vehicle when driving.
• If the vehicle is in the ready mode (¢ indicator ON) and the gear is not in P (Park), the
VESS is operated.
• When the gear is shifted to R (Reverse), an additional warning sound will be heard.
CAUTION
• Be aware that the vehicle does not make engine noise while driving.
• Pay attention to the surrounding environment and drive carefully.
• After parking or waiting for a traffic light, please check around for children, or other
obstacles before departure.
• When reversing, check directly behind you before driving. Pedestrians may not be able
to recognize vehicle sounds.
Checking Electric Vehicle Driving Information
During vehicle operation, the instrument cluster displays the main information, such as
distance to empty, real-time energy status, battery charge level, and warning messages,
via the user interface and indicators.
Factors affecting the distance to empty
The distance to empty refers to the distance that can be driven by the current charged
battery level and is displayed on the bottom of the instrument cluster while driving the
electric vehicle.
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Type A
2C_DistanceToEmpty
Type B
2C_DistanceToEmpty_2
The distance to empty vary depending on many factors such as driving habits, power
usage, driving conditions, and high voltage battery. The distance to empty may be
increased or decreased than the certified figures as it reflects all the factors
comprehensively. Check the distance to empty considering the following:
• The driving habits: The driving speed and tendency of accelerating and decelerating.
High speed driving or frequent accelerating and decelerating reduces the distance to
empty.
• The power usage: Additional power use, such as the air conditioner, heater, lights, etc.
As the power usage increases, the distance to empty reduces.
• The driving conditions: The weather, temperature, and terrain. If you drive in
snow/rain/strong wind or low temperature, the distance to empty will be reduced. The
distance to empty will also be reduced when driving uphill or on slippery or rough
roads.
• The high voltage battery energy: Proportional to the State of Charge (SOC), but may
vary depending on the battery temperature and the State of Health (SOH) of a battery.
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Change in the distance to empty when 100 % charged
In case the distance to empty has been reduced due to learning of the driving habit or the
driving conditions, you can increase the distance to empty again by continuously driving
following the "Tips for enhancing the distance to empty".
• Resetting the previously learned driving patterns at the service center may increase
the distance to empty displayed on the bottom of the instrument cluster, but it does
not increase the actual distance to empty. The distance to empty may not be accurate
until the learning proceeds.
• If the high voltage battery temperature is low in winter, the distance to empty reduces
but it is not a permanent change. The distance to empty will increase again once the
temperature rises.
• If you reduce the power usage, the distance to empty will increase.
• Natural degradation may occur with the high voltage battery depending on the
number of years the vehicle is used. This may reduce the distance to empty.
When setting a destination
When the destination is set, the distance to empty may change because the distance to
empty is recalculated using the information of the destination instead of the learned
electric energy economy history.
Information
The distance to empty may vary significantly based on traffic conditions or driving speed.
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Tips for enhancing the distance to empty
The distance to empty vary depending on the charge level of the high voltage battery,
weather, temperature, duration of the battery use, terrain, driving habits, etc.
You can increase the distance to empty by driving the vehicle following the instructions
below.
• The air resistance increases rapidly as the electric vehicle drives faster, so avoid
speeding to increase the distance to empty and the electric energy economy.
• Rapid acceleration consumes a lot of driving energy and rapid deceleration limits the
regenerative braking. Gradually depress and release the accelerator pedal when
accelerating or decelerating to maintain speed.
• If you operate the air conditioner or heater too much, the high voltage battery uses
excessive electricity. This may reduce the distance to empty. Therefore, set the cabin
temperature to 72 °F (22 °C) AUTO level 2. Various assessment tests have been used to
verify that this setting maintains optimal energy consumption rates. Especially in
winter, reducing heating and using heated seats instead can significantly increase the
distance to empty. Turn off the air conditioner or heater if you do not need them.
• When using the air conditioner or heater, the energy consumption is reduced if
recirculation mode is selected instead of fresh mode. Fresh mode requires a large
amount of energy consumption as the outside air has to be reheated or cooled.
• Close the windows while driving. Driving with the windows open increases air
resistance and the usage of the air conditioner or heater.
• When using the air conditioner or heater while driving alone, use the DRIVER ONLY
function.
• Always maintain specified tire pressures and use tires for electric vehicles.
• Do not use unnecessary electrical components while driving.
• Do not load unnecessary items in the vehicle.
• Do not mount parts that may increase air resistance.
When the distance to empty is insufficient
• When the High voltage battery level warning light is displayed, immediately charge the
vehicle at a nearby charging station.
• Drive energy efficiently following the "Tips for enhancing the distance to empty."
• When the battery level is 0 %, do not try to drive. Move to a safe place and call for help.
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Checking the real time energy status (CHARGE/POWER gauge)
The CHARGE/POWER gauge displays the charging and discharging status of the electric
energy produced by the regenerative braking and the energy consumption of the electric
motor.
Type A
2C_PowerChargeGaugeA
Type B
2C_PowerChargeGaugeB
CHARGE: Shows the charging status of the electric motor when vehicle is decelerating
or driving on a downhill road (being charged by the regenerative brakes). The more
electric energy is charged, the lower the gauge level.
POWER: Shows discharging status of the electric motor when vehicle is accelerating or
driving on an uphill road. The more electric energy is discharged (used), the higher the
gauge level.
Checking the State of Charge (SOC)
The SOC indicator is displayed at the bottom of the CHARGE/POWER gauge and shows
the charge level of the high voltage battery as a percentage. The lower the number, the
more the vehicle needs to be charged, and 100 % indicates a full charge.
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2C_BatteryLevelGauge
2C_ChargingLevelLowWarningLamp
• When the remaining battery of the high voltage battery is lower than 20 %, the warning
light will be displayed.
• When the warning light is displayed, charge the vehicle.
Information
• To find a nearby charging station, refer to the "Searching for nearby charging stations"
in this chapter.
• Check if the SOC is enough before driving on highways.
• After the warning light is displayed, immediately charge the vehicle at a nearby
charging station. The vehicle may not operate properly depending on the driving
speed, weather, and other driving conditions.
Checking the warning and indicator lights
The warning and indicator lights are displayed in the middle of the instrument cluster
before or while driving, depending on the status of the electric vehicle. Understand the
meaning of the warning and indicator lights referring to the instructions below and drive
safely.
CAUTION
If the warning light illuminates while driving or does not go off, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Checking the warning lights
Check the cause of the warning lights referring to the table below and take appropriate
measures.
Warning Light
Cause
Measure
In a normal condition, it
This warning light illuminates:
illuminates for about 3 seconds
when the Start/Stop button is in
• When there is a problem with
related parts of the electric
the ON position and then goes
Service warning light
vehicle control system, such
off.
as sensors, etc.
• When the warning light
«
• When an actuator, electric
illuminates while driving, or
compressor for air
does not go off after starting
conditioning, etc.
the vehicle, have your vehicle
malfunctions.
inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
If it illuminates alone, it is not
This warning light illuminates:
failure.
• When the high voltage
• If both Power down indicator
battery level is too low or
light and Service warning
voltage is decreasing.
light illuminate at the same
Power down indicator
(Output limit occurs when the
time, have your vehicle
light
charge level is insufficient.)
inspected by an authorized
• When the temperature of the
HYUNDAI dealer.
®
high voltage battery is too
• When the indicator is
high or too low.
illuminating, immediately
• When the driving system
charge the vehicle. The
temperature is overheated
driving speed may be limited
and requires protection.
and the vehicle may not
properly drive uphill.
Immediately charge the
High voltage battery
vehicle. The vehicle can drive
level warning light
This warning light illuminates
an additional 18-31 mi. (30-50
when the high voltage battery
km).
level is low.
ª
• The actual distance to empty
depends on the driving
conditions.
Drive safely and have your
This warning light illuminates
Regenerative brake
vehicle inspected by an
when the regenerative brake
warning light
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
does not operate and the brake
does not perform well due to
• The operation of the brake
"
pedal may feel deeper than
the malfunction of the brake
normal or the braking
system.
distance may increase.
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Checking the indicator lights
Check the meaning of the indicator lights referring to the table below and take
appropriate measures if necessary.
Indicator Light
Meaning
Charging connector indicator light
Indicates the charging connector is connected to
the high voltage battery.
¥
• When the charging connector is connected, it
turns green.
Illuminates when the electric vehicle is ready to be
driven, and indicates that the vehicle is operable.
Ready indicator light
• When the vehicle malfunctions, the indicator goes
off or blinks.
¢
• If the indicator is turned off or blinks, have your
vehicle inspected and repaired by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
Checking warning messages
Check the meaning of the warning messages referring to the table below and take
appropriate measures.
WARNING
• Do not drive with a warning message displayed.
• If a warning message does not go off after taking measures, have your vehicle
immediately inspected and repaired by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Warning Message
Cause
Measure
The high voltage battery level
reaches below 20 %.
Charge the vehicle
Low EV battery
• The (ª) warning light on the
immediately.
instrument cluster turns on
simultaneously.
The high voltage battery level
reaches below 10 %.
• The (ª) warning light on the
instrument cluster turns on
Charge immediately.
Charge the battery
simultaneously.
Power limited
immediately.
• The vehicle's power may be
reduced to minimize the
energy consumption of the
high voltage battery.
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Warning Message
Cause
Measure
• Do not drive when the warning
message is displayed.
Check electric vehicle
There is a problem with the
• Have your vehicle inspected
system
electric vehicle control system.
by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
If it illuminates alone, it did not
fail.
This warning message is
Charge the vehicle is the
displayed when the power of
charge level is low.
the vehicle is limited to ensure
If both Power down indicator
the safety of high-powered
light and Service warning
components for the reasons
light illuminate at the same
below:
time, have your vehicle
• The high voltage battery level
inspected by an authorized
Power limited
is too low or voltage is
HYUNDAI dealer.
decreasing.
Do not accelerate or start the
• The temperature of the high
vehicle suddenly when the
voltage battery is too high or
warning message is
too low.
displayed.
• When the driving system is
Be careful when the Power
overheated and requires
down indicator light is
protection.
displayed. The vehicle may
not properly drive uphill and
roll back on a slope.
If you start or turn off the
vehicle when the outside
Charging the battery before
temperature is low, both
driving helps increase power.
warning messages appear to
Low EV battery
protect electric vehicle system.
If these warning messages are
still displayed even after the
temperature. Power
• If the high voltage battery
ambient temperature has
limited
charge level is low and parked
increased, have your vehicle
outside for a long time,
inspected and repaired by an
vehicle power could be
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
limited due to the low battery
temperature.
Stop the vehicle in a safe place
and turn off the Start/Stop
button and wait until the
battery temperature
decreases.
EV Battery
The high voltage battery
If these warning messages are
Overheated! Stop
temperature is too high.
still displayed even after
vehicle
turning off the vehicle and
waiting for a sufficient time,
immediately have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Warning Message
Cause
Measure
Immediately stop the vehicle in
a safe place. Have your vehicle
Stop vehicle and
A failure occurs in the power
towed to an authorized
check power supply
supply system.
HYUNDAI dealer for inspection
and maintenance.
You have started the vehicle
Unplug vehicle to
Unplug the charging cable and
with the charging connector
start
start the vehicle.
plugged in.
Check if the charging door is
You have started the vehicle
Charging Door Open
completely closed after
with the charging door opened.
charging the vehicle.
• Check whether there is any
These warning messages are
problem with the external AC
displayed when charging is
or DC charger and charging
cable.
stopped for the reasons below:
• Charge the vehicle with an AC
• There is a problem with the
Charging Stopped.
charger that has been
external AC charger or DC
Check the AC (DC)
approved for proper operation
charger.
charger
or a genuine HYUNDAI
• The external AC charger
portable charger.
stopped the charging.
• If the same problem occurs,
• The charging cable is
have your vehicle inspected
damaged.
by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
• Separate the charging
connector from the vehicle
and reconnect it.
• Check whether there is any
These warning messages are
problem, such as external
displayed when charging is
damage, foreign substances,
stopped for the reasons below:
etc., with the charging
Charging Stopped.
connector and charging inlet.
• The charging connector is not
Check the cable
correctly connected to the
• Charge the vehicle with a
connection
charging inlet.
charger that has been
approved for proper operation
• The unlock button on the
or a genuine HYUNDAI
charging connector is
portable charger.
pressed.
• If the same problem occurs,
have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Countermeasures for Accidents or Fire
When an accident occurs while driving the electric vehicle, turn on the hazard warning
flasher, move the vehicle to a safe place, and do not let other people approach the site.
WARNING
When an accident occurs, and the high voltage battery is damaged, harmful gas and
electrolytes may leak.
• Be careful not to touch the leaked liquid.
• When you suspect leakage of inflammable gas and other harmful gases, open the
windows and immediately evacuate to a safe location.
• If any leaked fluid comes in contact with your eyes or skin, immediately clean the
affected area thoroughly with tap water or saline solution and have doctors inspect it
as soon as possible.
If the Electric Vehicle Catches Fire
If a fire occurs, evacuate to a safe place and do not let other people approach the site.
• Contact the fire department, report an electric vehicle fire, and then follow its
instructions.
CAUTION
• If a fire occurs, evacuate to a safe place and wait until the firefighters arrive.
• If the lower part of the vehicle where the high voltage battery is located catches fire,
large amount of water must be supplied continuously for a long time to completely
extinguish the fire. It is hard to extinguish the fire without sufficient water and
appropriate fire extinguishers. If you approach the vehicle carelessly, it may cause
accidents, such as electric shock, and result in serious injury.
If the Electric Vehicle Is Submerged
If the electric vehicle is submerged while driving, follow the instructions below:
• Immediately turn off the vehicle and evacuate to a safe place with your key.
• Contact the emergency rescue service such as a fire department, or an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
Never touch the submerged electric vehicle. This may lead to an accident such as an
electric shock or fire.
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If the Electric Vehicle Needs Towing
If towing is required, lift all wheels to tow. Towing with the wheels on the ground may
damage the vehicle's motor components.
CAUTION
When a vehicle fire occurs due to the battery, there is a risk of a second fire. Contact the
fire department when towing the vehicle.
2C_TowingGood
2C_TowingGood_2
[A] Dollies
2C_TowingBad
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Other Precautions for Electric Vehicle Accidents
CAUTION
• Be extremely cautious for electricity safety. An electric shock accident may occur due
to a short circuit in high voltage power.
• When you paint or apply heat treatment to the vehicle as a result of an accident, the
performance of the high voltage battery can be reduced. If heat treatment is required,
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Use or install only genuine parts. Third-party parts or modified parts may damage the
electric power system
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Consumer Information, and
Reporting Safety Defects
Exterior Overview (Front View)
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Exterior Overview (Rear View)
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Interior Overview
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Center Console Overview
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Steering Wheel Control Overview
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Motor Compartment Overview
2-8
Dimensions
2-9
Electric Vehicle Specifications
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Bulb Wattage
2-10
Tires and Wheels
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Air Conditioning System
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Vehicle Weight and Luggage Volume
2-12
Available Front Trunk Volume
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Recommended Lubricants and Capacities
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Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
2-14
Vehicle Certification Label
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Tire Specification and Pressure Label
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Motor Number
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Air Conditioner Compressor Label
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Refrigerant Label
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Consumer Information
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Reporting Safety Defects
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Open Source Software Notice
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Vehicle Information, Consumer Information, and Reporting Safety Defects
Exterior Overview (Front View)
1C_OutsideVehicleFrontOverview
The actual shape may differ from the illustration.
(1) Electric charging door
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(2) Hood
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(3) Front light
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(4) Tires and wheels
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(5) Side view mirror
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(6) Wide sunroof
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(7) Front windshield wiper blades
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(8) Windows
5-45
(9) Front radar
7-5
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Exterior Overview (Rear View)
1C_OutsideVehicleRearOverview
The actual shape may differ from the illustration.
(1) Door
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(2) Rear combination light
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(3) Liftgate
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(4) Antenna
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(5) High mounted stop light
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(6) Rear window wiper blade
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(7) Wide-rear view camera
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Interior Overview
1C_SideInsideVehicleOverview
The actual shape may differ from the illustration.
(1) Inside door handle
5-23
(2) Side view mirror control switch
5-42
(3) Central door lock switch
5-24
(4) Power window switches
5-45
(5) Power window lock button
5-46
(6) Instrument panel illumination control switch
4-3
(7) ESC (Electronic Stability Control) OFF button
6-32
(8) Power liftgate button
5-58
(9) EPB (Electronic Parking Brake) switch
6-25
(10)Hood release lever
5-53
(11) Steering wheel tilt/telescopic switch
5-29
(12)Steering wheel
5-29
(13)Seat
3-4
(14)Fuse box
9-34
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Center Console Overview
1C_CenterInsideVehicleOverview
The actual shape may differ from the illustration.
(1) Instrument cluster
4-2
(2) Horn
5-31
(3) Driver's front air bag
3-42
(4) Start/Stop button
6-4
(5) Rotary shifter
6-8
(6) Infotainment system
5-108
(7) Hazard warning flasher switch
8-2
(8) Automatic climate control system
5-81
(9) USB Port/charger
5-108, 5-100
(10)USB Port/charger convert button
5-108
(11) USB Charger
5-100
(12)Wireless charging system indicator
5-101
(13)Power outlet
5-99
(14)Wireless smartphone charging system
5-101
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(15)Seat warmer
3-17
(16)Air ventilation seat
3-18
(17)Heated steering wheel
5-30
(18)Auto Hold button
6-28
(19)Drive mode knob
6-37
(20)Parking/View button
7-88
(21)Parking Safety button
7-115
(22)Cup holder
5-98
(23)Removable partition
5-97
(24)Center console (Removable tray)
5-97
(25)Glove box
5-98
(26)Passenger seat open tray
5-98
(27)Passenger's front air bag
3-42
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Steering Wheel Control Overview
1C_SteeringWheelControlOverview
The actual shape may differ from the illustration.
(1) Lighting control lever
5-67
(2) Wiper and washer control lever
5-78
(3) Paddle shifter
6-14
(4) Driving Assist button
7-59
(5) Cluster display controls
4-23
(6) Vehicle Distance button
7-59
(7) Lane Driving Assist button
7-22
(8) Voice recognition button
5-110
(9) Audio remote control buttons
5-109
(10)Bluetooth® hands-free phone button
5-111
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Motor Compartment Overview
1C_MotorRoomOverview
The actual motor compartment in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
(1) Coolant reservoir
9-12
(2) Windshield washer fluid reservoir
9-16
(3) Brake fluid reservoir
9-14
(4) Fuse box
9-34
(5) Battery (12 V)
9-19
(6) Front trunk
5-54
(7) Emergency cable
1-25
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Dimensions
Items
in. (mm)
Overall length
171.46 (4,355)
Overall width
71.85 (1,825)
215/60 R17
62.01 (1,575) / 62.20 (1,580)*1
Overall height
235/45 R19
62.01 (1,575) / 62.20 (1,580)*1
215/60 R17
62.63 (1,591)
Front tread
235/45 R19
62.56 (1,589)
215/60 R17
62.99 (1,600)
Rear tread
235/45 R19
62.91 (1,598)
Wheelbase
104.72 (2,660)
*1 with roof side rails
Electric Vehicle Specifications
Items
Standard
Long range
Max. output (kW)
99
150
Motor
Max. torque (N·m)
255
255
Capacity (kWh)
48.6
64.8
Battery (Lithium-ion)
Power output (kW)
128
182
Voltage (V)
269
358
Charger (OBC: On-Board
Battery Chargers [with
Max. output (kW)
10.8
10.8
3-phase current])
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Bulb Wattage
Light bulb
Bulb type
Wattage
Low
LED
LED
Headlight
High
LED
LED
Daytime running light/Parking
LED
LED
light
Front
Type A
PY27W
27 W
Turn signal light
Type B
LED
LED
Side repeater light
LED
LED
Side marker light
LED
LED
Tail/Stop light
LED
LED
Type A
P27W
27 W
Turn signal light
Type B
LED
LED
Rear
Side marker light
LED
LED
Reverse light
W16W
16 W
High mounted stop light
LED
LED
License plate light
W5W
5 W
Type A
LED
LED
Map lamp
Type B
W10W
10 W
Type A
FESTOON
8 W
Room lamp
Type B
LED
LED
Type A
FESTOON
10 W
Cargo area lamp
Interior
Type B
LED
LED
Type A
FESTOON
5 W
Vanity mirror
lamp
Type B
LED
LED
Mood lamp
(Front seat door lamp, Passenger
LED
LED
seat open tray lamp)
Glove box lamp
LED
LED
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Tires and Wheels
Inflation pressure psi (kPa)
Wheel lug nut
Items
Tire size
Wheel size
Normal load
Maximum load
torque lbf·ft
(kgf·m, N·m)
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
215/60R17
7.0J X 17
79-94 (11-13,
Full size tire
36 (250)
36 (250)
107-127)
235/45R19
7.5J X 19
NOTICE
• It is permissible to add 3 psi (20 kPa) to the standard tire pressure specification if colder
temperatures are expected soon. Tires typically lose 1 psi (7 kPa) for every 12 °F (7 °C)
temperature drop. If extreme temperature variations are expected, recheck your tire
pressure as necessary to keep them properly inflated.
• Tire inflation pressures may vary depending on changes in elevation (about 2.4 psi (10
kPa) for every 1 mi. (1 km) elevation change). If driving in areas of higher or lower
elevation, be sure to check and adjust for proper tire inflation.
• Do not exceed the maximum inflation pressure, as found on the sidewall of the tire(s).
CAUTION
When replacing tires, ALWAYS use the same size, type, brand, construction and tread
pattern supplied with the vehicle. If not, it can damage the related parts or make it work
irregularly.
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Air Conditioning System
Item
Weight of volume
Classification
Refrigerant
23±0.9 oz. (650±25 g)
R-1234yf
Compressor lubricant
6.35±0.35 oz. (180±10 g)
POE
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for more information.
Vehicle Weight and Luggage Volume
Item
Value
Standard
4,652 lbs. (2,110 kg)
Gross vehicle weight
Long range
4,883 lbs. (2,215 kg)
Max. with TMK
45.90 cu ft. (1,300 ℓ)
Luggage volume
Min. with TMK
16.45 cu ft. (466 ℓ)
Available Front Trunk Volume
Standard
Long range
0.95 cu ft. (27 ℓ)
0.95 cu ft. (27 ℓ)
Available front trunk volume depends on the specifications.
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Recommended Lubricants and Capacities
To help achieve proper vehicle performance and durability, use only lubricants of the
proper quality.
These lubricants and fluids are recommended for use in your vehicle.
Lubricant
Volume
Classification
3.0-3.1 US qt.
Gear fluid
HK ATF 65 SP4M-1
(2.8-2.9 ℓ)
Standard
13.2 US qt. (12.5 ℓ)
Mixture of antifreeze
and water
(Phosphate-based
Coolant
Ethylene glycol
Long range
13.6 US qt. (12.9 ℓ)
coolant Battery for
aluminum radiator)
SAE J1704 DOT-4 LV,
Brake fluid
As needed
FMVSS 116 DOT-4,
ISO 4925 CLASS-6
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Vehicle Identification
Vehicle Certification
Number (VIN)
Label
Frame number
2C_CertificationLabelPosition
The vehicle certification label attached on
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is
the driver's (or front passenger's) side
the number used in registering your
center pillar gives the vehicle
vehicle and in all legal matters pertaining
identification number (VIN).
to its ownership, etc.
The number is punched on the floor under
the right front seat. To check the number,
Tire Specification and
open the cover.
VIN label (if equipped)
Pressure Label
2C_TireLabel
2C_VINPosition_2
The tires supplied on your new vehicle are
The VIN is also on a plate attached to the
chosen to provide the best performance
top of the left side dashboard. The
for normal driving.
number on the plate can easily be seen
through the windshield from outside.
The tire label located on the driver's side
center pillar gives the tire pressures
recommended for your vehicle.
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Motor Number
Refrigerant Label
2C_MotorNumber
2C_RefrigerantTypeLabel
The motor numbers can be checked at
The refrigerant label provides information
the bottom of the vehicle.
such as refrigerant type and amount.
(R-1234yf)
Air Conditioner
Compressor Label
2C_AirconCompLabel
A compressor label informs you the type
of compressor your vehicle is equipped
with such as model, supplier part number,
production number, refrigerant (1) and
refrigerant oil (2).
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Consumer Information
Reporting Safety Defects
This consumer information has been
If you believe that your vehicle has a
prepared in accordance with regulations
defect which could cause a crash or
issued by the National Highway Traffic
could cause injury or death, you
Safety Administration of the U.S.
should immediately inform the
Department of Transportation. Your
National Highway Traffic Safety
HYUNDAI dealer will help answer any
Administration (NHTSA) in addition to
questions you may have as you read this
notifying HYUNDAI MOTOR
information.
AMERICA.
HYUNDAI motor vehicles are designed
and manufactured to meet or exceed all
To contact NHTSA, you may call the
applicable safety standards.
Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at
1-888-327-4236 (TTY:
For your safety, however, we strongly
urge you to read and follow all directions
1-800-424-9153);
in this Owner's Manual, particularly the
information under the headings
download the SaferCar mobile
"NOTICE", "CAUTION" and "WARNING".
application;
If, after reading this manual, you have any
questions regarding the operation of your
or write to:
vehicle, please contact the Hyundai
Administrator, NHTSA1200 New
Customer Care Center.
Jersey Ave, SE,West Building
Hyundai Customer Care
Washington, D.C. 20590.
P.O. Box 20850
You can also obtain other information
Fountain Valley, CA 92728
about motor vehicle safety from
800-633-5151
consumeraffairs@hmausa.com
If NHTSA receives similar complaints,
Hyundai's Customer Care representatives
it may open an investigation, and if it
are available Monday through Friday,
finds that a safety defect exists in a
group of vehicles, it may order a
between the hours of 6:00 AM and 5:00
PM PST
recall and remedy campaign.
However, NHTSA cannot become
and Saturday between 6:30 AM and 3:00
involved in individual problems
PM PST (English).
between you, your dealer, or
For Customer Care assistance in Spanish
HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA.
or Korean, representatives are available
Monday through Friday between 6:30 AM
and 3:00 PM PST.
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Open Source Software
Notice
This vehicle contains software with open
source licenses. Open source software
information including the source code,
copyright notices and referred license
terms may be obtained on the website
pensource
HYUNDAI Motor Company will provide
the open source code to you in storage
medium such as CD-ROM for minimum
charge covering the cost of performing
source distribution upon email request to
opensource@hyundai.com within a
period of 3 years from the date of product
purchase.
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3. Seats & Safety System
Important Safety Precautions
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Always Wear Your Seat Belt
3-2
Restrain All Children
3-2
Airbag Hazards
3-2
Driver Distraction
3-2
Control Your Speed
3-3
Keep Your Vehicle In Safe Condition
3-3
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Seats
3-4
Safety Precautions
3-5
Front Seats
3-6
Rear Seats
3-11
Head Restraint
3-13
Seat Warmers
3-17
Air Ventilation Seats
3-18
Seat Belts
3-19
Seat Belt Safety Precautions
3-19
Seat Belt Warning Light
3-20
Seat Belt Restraint System
3-22
Additional Seat Belt Safety Precautions
3-27
Care of Seat Belts
3-29
Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-30
Children Always in the Rear
3-30
Selecting a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-31
Installing a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-32
Airbag - Supplemental Restraint System
3-39
SRS Components
3-41
Where are the Airbags?
3-42
How does the Airbags System Operate?
3-45
What to Expect After an Airbag Inflates
3-47
SRS Warning Light
3-48
Occupant Classification System (OCS)
3-49
Why didn't My Airbag Go Off in a Collision?
3-54
SRS Care
3-58
Additional Safety Precautions
3-59
Airbag Warning Labels
3-59
Seats & Safety System
Important Safety
Driver Distraction
Driver distraction presents a serious and
Precautions
potentially deadly danger, especially for
You will find many safety precautions and
inexperienced drivers. Safety should be
recommendations throughout this
the primary concern when behind the
section, and throughout this manual. The
wheel and drivers need to be aware of the
safety precautions in this section are
wide array of potential distractions, such
among the most important.
as drowsiness, reaching for objects,
eating, personal grooming, other
passengers, and using mobile phones.
Always Wear Your Seat Belt
Drivers can become distracted when they
A seat belt is your best protection in all
take their eyes and attention off the road
types of accidents. Airbags are designed
or their hands off the wheel to focus on
to supplement seat belts, not to replace
activities other than driving. To reduce
them. So even though your vehicle is
your risk of distraction and an accident:
equipped with airbags, always make sure
• Set up your mobile devices (for
you and your passengers wear your seat
example, mp3 players, phones,
belts, and wear them properly.
navigation units, etc.) only when your
vehicle is parked or safely stopped.
Restrain All Children
• Only use your mobile device when
allowed by laws and conditions permit
All children under age 13 should ride in
safe use. Never text or email while
your vehicle properly restrained in a rear
driving. Most states have laws
seat, not the front seat. Infants and small
prohibiting drivers from texting. Some
children should be restrained in an
states and cities also prohibit drivers
appropriate child restraint system. Larger
from using handheld phones.
children should use a booster seat with
the lap/shoulder belt until they can use
• Never let the use of a mobile device
the seat belt properly without a booster
distract you from driving. You have a
seat.
responsibility to your passengers and
others on the road to always drive
safely with your hands on the wheel as
Airbag Hazards
well as your eyes and attention on the
road.
While airbags can save lives, they can also
cause serious or fatal injuries to
occupants who sit too close to them, or
who are not properly restrained. Infants,
young children, and short adults are at the
greatest risk of being injured by an
inflating airbag. Follow all instructions
and warnings in this manual.
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Control Your Speed
Excessive speed is a major factor in crash
injuries and deaths. Generally, the higher
the speed the greater the risk, but serious
injuries can also occur at lower speeds.
Never drive faster than is safe for current
conditions regardless of the maximum
speed posted.
Keep Your Vehicle In Safe
Condition
Having a tire blowout or a mechanical
failure can be extremely hazardous. To
reduce the possibility of such problems,
check your tire pressures and condition
frequently and perform all regularly
scheduled maintenance.
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Seats & Safety System
Seats
1C_FrontSeatOverview
The actual shape may differ from the illustration.
Driver's seat [A]
(1) Forward or rearward
(2) Seatback angle
(3) Seat height/Seat cushion angle
(4) Lumbar support
(5) Head restraint
Front passenger's seat [B]
(1) Forward or rearward
(2) Seatback angle
(3) Seat height
(4) Head restraint
Rear seat [C]
(1) Seatback folding lever
(2) Head restraint
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Infotainment system
Safety Precautions
Adjusting the seats so that you are sitting
in a safe and comfortable position plays
an important role for the safety of the
driver and passengers as much as seat
belts and airbags when in an accident.
WARNING
Do not use a cushion that reduces friction
between the seat and the passenger. The
passenger's hips may slide under the lap
1C_AdjustSeatAVN
portion of the seat belt during an accident
Press theŲ button, and then select
or a sudden stop.
Vehicle > Seat in the infotainment
Serious or fatal internal injuries could
system. You may use various
result because the seat belt cannot
convenience functions.
operate properly.
Link to Climate Settings for
Auto-Adjustment: The seat warmer
and air ventilation seat is automatically
Airbags
controlled depending on the ambient
You can take steps to reduce the risk of
temperature and set climate control
being injured by an inflating airbag.
temperature.
Sitting too close to an airbag greatly
Seat Position Change Alert: When the
increases the risk of injury in the event the
seat position changes, details of the
airbag inflates. Move your seat as far back
change are shown with a seat image.
as possible from front airbags while still
maintaining control of the vehicle.
Information
WARNING
• The information provided may differ
depending on which functions are
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
applicable to your vehicle.
death from an inflating airbag:
• The infotainment system may change
• Adjust the driver's seat as far to the rear
after software updates. For more
as possible while maintaining the ability
information, refer to the user's manual
to control the vehicle.
provided in the infotainment system
• Adjust the front passenger seat as far to
and the quick reference guide.
the rear as possible.
• Hold the steering wheel by the rim with
your hands at the 9 o'clock and 3
o'clock positions to minimize the risk of
injuries to your hands and arms.
• NEVER place anything or anyone
between you and the airbag.
• Do not allow the front passenger to
place feet or legs on the dashboard to
minimize the risk of leg injuries.
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